One of the most important "Days of Hope" - but the one that is least understood and least talked about - is the ascension. In this message, we invite you to hear about the hope of the ascension of Jesus.
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During the winter of 2002, a small number of grateful Christians in Red Bank, NJ began to dream together about how they could share Jesus Christ with high school kids who did not yet know him. They wanted to invite as many people as possible into the light they found themselves glad to be in. This turned into a multi-generational community of Christian faith called Outreach Red Bank (ORB).
In 2014, under the power of God’s Spirit, ORB transformed into Park Church as it found a new home at 31 Park Rd. in Tinton Falls, NJ. Located at the crossroads of major NJ roads, Park Church is situated to be a community for all of Monmouth County. The same mission from the very beginning drives us: to share Jesus Christ with people who don’t yet know him. We’d love to have you join us.
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This morning - Easter morning! - we take a look at the hope that is found in the resurrection of Jesus. Don't miss it!
Looking back at 4 different Days of Hope, how does the death of Christ move us into hope? The darkness? The temple curtain? The soldier's realization? Hear about it right here.
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Let's Get Together! We hope you're having a nice March so far...in like a lion, out like a lamb and all. We have some exciting in-person gatherings to let you know about in this month's video update, so make sure to watch the video above.
Dear Park Family and Friends, I have a vivid memory of one morning last March. I was eating breakfast at Americana Diner with my family and in-laws who were about to leave after a brief visit. The news anchors on the flatscreen TVs were consumed with the rapidly spreading coronavirus. I was consumed with the question of what this would mean for Park. That upcoming Sunday became our first Park@Home. Despite the adaptability and excellence with which our staff were able to pivot (special shoutout to Matt Agresti), after making the decision to move worship online, I remember thinking to myself, “I hope this doesn’t last more than a month.” And nearly one year later, here we are.
Happy February! Now on with the updates...We hope you had a wonderful snowy week, and are gearing up for a super weekend. We want to keep you up-to-date on some of the big goings ons at Park, so here's a video update from Michael (click the video above). This month's update hits on:Park Kids and the Family Pastor search, Sunday gatherings, Community Groups. We hope this is helpful to keep you up to date on some big things happening at Park. Let us know what sort of updates you'd like in the future.
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One of the cornerstones of loving well - it listening well. Anyone who's married knows this. Anyone who's experienced conflict in any relationship knows this. Anyone who's endured the pain of any kind of broken relationship knows this. So in this 2-part seminar, we will learn to listen well in order to love well. In the sessions, you'll develop skills in conveying empathy and validating, deepening acceptance, and navigating personal differences.
This spring, Park Church will be gathering for simplified outdoor Sunday worship gatherings at 312 Hance Ave. (former Monmouth Church of Christ property) at 9:30AM (weather permitting!).
Join us every Thursday at 3:12PM - from wherever you are - to pray for God’s Kingdom to come here in Monmouth County at 312 Hance as it is in heaven! Just don’t close your eyes if you’re driving!
Join us ON THE 3rd THURSDAY OF EVERY MONTH at 9AM as we walk the grounds and neighborhood at 312 Hance (our future home!) in order to pray for God’s Kingdom to come here in County as it is in heaven!
“I am neither an optimist nor a pessimist. Jesus Christ is risen from the dead.”
“But God proves his love for us in that while we still were sinners Christ died for us.”
“God does not love some ideal person, but rather human beings just as we are, not some ideal world, but rather the real world.”
“Go therefore and make disciples of all nations...”
“No one can be saved – in virtue of what he can do. Everyone can be saved – in virtue of what God can do.”